Thursday, 14 November 2013

Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic Announces New Voyages in 2014



10 ships * 7 Continents * Over 40 Unique Itineraries

Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic is launching their new 120-page catalogue highlighting their expedition itineraries sailing in 2014. With a fleet of 10 expedition-style ships, they will visit all 7 continents and offer over 40 unique and diverse itineraries ranging from seven to twenty-four nights. Highlights include Arctic Norway, Iceland, Greenland, Antarctica, Kimberley Coast, Panama & Costa Rica, Galapagos, Northwest Passage, Borneo, Alaska, the upper reaches of the Amazon River, Tahiti, Easter Island and much more.

Whether exploring the Amazon River or holding hands with an infant orang-utan in Borneo, information about these life-enhancing adventures are revealed inside Explorations - the first step towards discovering the most authentic, immersive and engaging travel experiences on earth.

Together Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic offer travellers unique opportunities: an experienced expedition team sharing their knowledge and enhancing your understanding, plus National Geographic explorers, writers and photographers; a fleet of expedition ships ranging in size from 28 to 148 guests, all well-equipped with a range of tools for exploration including Zodiacs, kayaks, hydrophones, video equipment including an ROV (on NG Orion and NG Explorer), scuba equipment (on NG Orion) and snorkelling gear.

To obtain a copy of Explorations call Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic 61-2 9033 8777 (Sydney callers) 1300 361 012 (regional and interstate) / 0800 444 462 (New Zealand) or see your travel agent. Email: info@orionexpeditions.com

An electronic version of Explorations can be downloaded at www.orionexpeditions.com/explorations

About Lindblad Expeditions‐National Geographic

Lindblad Expeditions‐National Geographic, pioneers in expedition travel, offers voyages in the Gal├ípagos, Antarctica, the Arctic, Baja California, Alaska, Costa Rica, Panama, the Amazon, Asia & Pacific, Africa, Europe and beyond. They work in alliance to inspire travellers to explore and care about the planet. Their collaboration in exploration, research, technology and conservation provides extraordinary travel experiences and disseminates geographic knowledge around the globe.